This shirt is a collaboration with artist Amber Vittoria based on her piece commissioned by Tombolo entitled, "Taking A Day" (2018).
ABOUT THE SHIRT
This is the first ever artist collaboration for Tombolo. We worked with Amber Vittoria, a renowned NYC-based artist who focuses her work on femininity and the female form. We commissioned a piece from her and transformed it into the shirt you see here. Her description: "'Taking A Day' is a shirt made to represent and celebrate Women’s History Month. It speaks to not only taking time to reflect on how far we have come in striving for equality amongst genders, but also taking the time to continuously push further for equality and intersectional feminism." For more on Amber Vittoria, check out her website or Instagram.
The shirt has the classic Tombolo camp-collar pattern and special white fisheye buttons.
In honor of Women's History Month, during March 2019, 100% of profits from this shirt went to the National Women's Law Center. Amber inspired not just the shirt but the cause too, choosing a wonderful organization that resonates with her work. The NWLC has focused on helping women from a legal and policy perspective for over 40 years. You can read more about them on their website. For more detail about that initiative, see Section 6 of our terms of service.
Cotton-rayon blend (55%/45%), carefully engineered to ensure softness, breathability and ease of care. Will get softer and softer with every wash. Machine wash cold, tumble dry low (iron as needed). Avoid high heat dryer where the shirt may shrink slightly.
Free U.S. shipping available. Please allow 1-2 business days before shirts ship out (if you're desperate, reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org).
We ship internationally, but if you're ordering to a country besides the U.S., there may be customs duties and Tombolo is not responsible for them. For more information, please check our shipping terms.
We believe Hawaiian shirts are for everyone. Our sizing reflects this with one unisex gradient. For men, fit is true to size. For women, order one size down: e.g., if you are typically a size M, order a size S in Tombolo. (Read more on sizing here).